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Old 24th May 2012
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Default Pakcages for playing audio

Hello friends.
I have an OpenBSD 5.0 with Asterisk. I noticed that it can not play audio files ('native' Asterisk files are in .gsm format). What package do I need to be able to play them?

If it is necessary, this is the list of installed packages:
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asterisk-1.8.5.0    open source multi-protocol PBX and telephony toolkit
bash-4.2.10         GNU Bourne Again Shell
curl-7.21.7         get files from FTP, Gopher, HTTP or HTTPS servers
darkstat-3.0.713    network statistics gatherer with graphs
gettext-0.18.1p0    GNU gettext
glib2-2.28.8p1      general-purpose utility library
gmp-5.0.2p0         library for arbitrary precision arithmetic
gnutls-2.12.7       GNU Transport Layer Security library
gsm-1.0.13p0        u-law to gsm encoding audio converter and library
iksemel-1.4p1       XML parser designed for Jabber applications
jpeg-8c             IJG's JPEG compression utilities
libdnet-1.12p2      portable low-level networking library
libexecinfo-1.1p2   clone of backtrace facility found in the GNU libc
libgamin-0.1.10p4   file and directory monitoring system
libiconv-1.13p2     character set conversion library
libidn-1.22         internationalized string handling
libnettle-2.1p0     cryptographic library
libogg-1.2.2        Ogg bitstream library
libslang-2.2.2      stack-based interpreter for terminal applications
libtasn1-2.9        Abstract Syntax Notation One structure parser library
libvorbis-1.3.2     audio compression codec library
libxml-2.7.8p2      XML parsing library
lua-5.1.4p1         powerful, light-weight programming language
lzo2-2.05           portable speedy lossless data compression library
mc-4.7.5.2          free Norton Commander clone with many useful features
munin-node-1.4.5p6  flexible network host monitoring, client
nmap-5.51p0         scan ports and fingerprint stack of network hosts
oniguruma-5.9.1p0   regular expressions library
p5-Log-Log4perl-1.23p0 Log4j implementation for Perl
p5-Net-CIDR-0.13p0  manipulate IPv4/IPv6 netblocks in CIDR notation
p5-Net-Server-0.99  extensible framework for Perl server engines
pcre-8.12p0         perl-compatible regular expression library
pftop-0.7p7         curses-based real time state and rule display for pf
quirks-1.53         exceptions to pkg_add rules
spandsp-0.0.6pre18  DSP library for telephony
splitvt-1.6.6       run two shells in a split window/terminal
sqlite3-3.7.5       embedded SQL implementation
tiff-3.9.5          tools and library routines for working with TIFF images
unzip-6.0p0         extract, list & test files in a ZIP archive
zip-3.0             create/update ZIP files compatible with PKZip(tm)
But I do not remember, what package series I've marked for the installation.

I think the problem is somewhere here.
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Disclaimer: Until your post, I'd never heard of GSM audio.

By Googling for "gsm audio openbsd" it appears you could use x11/mplayer or the ffplay tool in graphics/ffmpeg to play these files. You might also be able to use audio/sox, audio/audacity, or graphics/ffmpeg to convert to other audio formats.
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